International Women's Day Luncheon ACT 2023
When: March 17, 2023
Where: Canberra, Australia
Join us on Friday 17 March for our annual luncheon to celebrate International Women’s Day 2023 in Canberra.
Gather your colleagues and peers to show your solidarity and mark this important day together with likeminded professionals.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to acknowledge International Women’s Day 2023 and hear from inspiring speakers. We encourage you to support this event and once again make it a huge success!
International Women’s Day is a chance to reflect on how we can ‘crack the code’ on the gender equality. We know there is no silver-bullet but we can achieve equity and challenge bias, break glass ceilings and conquer misconceptions.
How we engage with male champions and include everyone to embrace equity, provide leadership and show how real change has a positive impact on all of us.
Our theme of Rise and Challenge incorporates the UN Women theme of cracking the code on gender equality and aims to provide inspirational stories and encouragement for how we can all foster change for a gender equal future.
If you have any questions regarding the event or need assistance with table bookings, please don't hesitate to contact the ACT team at Events.ACT@cpaaustralia.com.au and we will be happy to assist you.
We look forward to welcoming you in March.
Louise was a well-known journalist and news presenter in Perth for more than 20 years. She spent a majority of her career with Nine News - as a Reporter, Executive Producer and anchor, hosting several programs including Today Perth, Perth’s A Current Affair, Nine’s weekend news and the flagship weekday bulletin.
She’s done one-on-one interviews many high profile people including broadcasting legend Michael Parkinson, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Aussie singer Tina Arena.
During her time in Canberra, Louise has run the Canberra Bureau of national company, been a Media Adviser with the ACT Government and most recently joined the Cyber Security Co-operative Research Centre.
Understand the importance and value of gender equality and how the profession can contribute to enhancing gender equality.
AUD pricing is inclusive of GST.
Member fee: $115.01 AUD
Non-Member fee: $135 AUD
Table booking (8 pax)
Table booking fee: $850 AUD
National Press Club
16 National Circuit
Barton, ACT(AUS) 2600
17 March, 2023